DNA sequencing

Reps. Andy Harris and Phil Roe discussed "DNA sequencing" with Johnson, just after the House disavowed white supremacy.
This article is authored by the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine. The mission of the Center is to discover
In other words, cancer is usually just plain old bad luck.
The information we gather from our DNA will be far more than mere biological coordinates. Instead, it will impact many parts of our everyday lives.
To prepare for that revolutionary leap, we need to draft software experts immediately who can leverage advances in cloud computing and machine learning while protecting patient privacy to start building open-source tools that will enable scientists to make major inroads on cancer.
We are in the earliest days of understanding the human microbiome -- the communities of microbes that live in and on our bodies -- but already scientists are getting a sense of the incredible complexity of this ecosystem and its interaction with us.
Heinz told The Huffington Post in a phone interview that his involvement with the company is that of a stakeholder, and that
The death of British biochemist Fred Sanger last week gives us a reason to reflect on one of his two discoveries that earned him the Nobel Prize: a method to sequence the genetic code of a segment of DNA.
As the promise of personalized medicine attracts more and more attention in the medical profession, those hopes are being pinned on your DNA.
At the moment, prenatal diagnosis for a small number of genetic conditions is usually done from fetal cells that doctors